The police, the prosecutors, the system, will be able to go after this man as hard as they can, spend all the tax dollars they can, do whatever they want, and in the end, if they get him then they get him, if they don’t get him, then they still continue on with no repercussions, no firings, no loss of pensions or any change or cost, they just keep showing up for work and going home when their shift is over.
He has already paid dearly, is paying dearly now, and will be paying dearly for some time to come, perhaps for many years, and the best that he can hope for, is that he isn’t completely convicted and sentenced above and beyond this portion of the ordeal that he is currently immersed in.
If the law is as the article describes, doesn’t Pantelon have a federal civil rights claim against the cops. And Chris Christie? Who’s as anti-gun as any governor in the nation.